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Joe McKendrick wrote an interesting post on WOA winning the personality contest versus SOA.
That got me to thinking: If we need governance for SOA, do we need it for WOA also?
Some would argue that it's the complexity...
Stephan Lahanas posted on the top-10 reasons SOA projects fail. I think many of his points are very valid (especially the one about how it's the business that matters, not the standards or...
Todd Biske wrote a good post the other day that focused on how governance doesn't mean command and control.
Let me add a few important things to the discussion though: no amount of "management by consensus" will make...
I continue to be surprised by the number of enterprise architects I talk to that think that the way to implement design-time governance is to have a checkpoint, before a service goes into production, to validate the service meets the requirements and rules.
The key problem with this approach...
There's been a lot of talk over the last week around Burton group's report on SOA adoption. Most recently I read Dave Linthicum's...
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